Effects of autonomic blockade on the baroreflex in man at rest and during exercise
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Reflex regulation of arterial pressure during sleep in man. A quantitative method of assessing baroreflex sensitivity
The effects of hypercapnia, hypoxia and ventilation on the baroreflex regulation of the pulse interval
Braunwald NS: Treatment of paroxysmal supraventricular trachycardia by electrical stimulation of the carotid-sinus nerves
The effect of cardioacceleration by methyl-scopolamine nitrate on the circulation at rest and during exercise in supine position, with special reference to the stroke volume
Difference in the effect of pancuronium and vecuronium on baroreflex control of heart rate in humans
The NTS and integration of cardiovascular control during exercise in normotensive and hypertensive individuals
Cardiovascular effects of amitriptyline, nortriptyline, protriptyline and doxepin in conscious rabbits
Baroreceptor reflex during arousal induced by electrical stimulation of the amygdala or by natural stimuli
Inhibition of arterial baroreceptor and chemoreceptor reflex responses by neuropeptide Y in anaesthetised dogs
Age-related changes in baroreflex control of heart rate and sympathetic nerve activity in healthy humans
Acetylcholine activates a nicotinic receptor and an inward current in dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus neurons in vitro
Vagally mediated heart rate recovery after exercise is accelerated in athletes but blunted in patients with chronic heart failure
Haemodynamic effects of glycopyrrolate pre-treatment before phenylephrine infusion during spinal anaesthesia for caesarean delivery
Nonselective beta-adrenergic blocking agent, carvedilol, improves arterial baroflex gain and heart rate variability in patients with stable chronic heart failure
Effect of beta blockade with and without sympathomimetic activity (ISA) on sympathovagal balance and baroreflex sensitivity
The second Lilly Prize Lecture, University of Newcastle, July 1977. beta-Adrenergic receptor blockade in hypertension, past, present and future
The effect of epanolol on intra-arterial ambulatory blood pressure and baroreceptor heart rate reflex in essential hypertension
The relevance of baroreflex mechanisms to the control of ambulatory and exercise blood pressure in humans
Effects of neuropeptide Y on baroreflex control of heart rate and myocardial contractility in conscious rabbits
Augmentation of baroreceptor reflex function by oral calcium supplementation in essential hypertension
Effects of hydrophilic and lipophilic beta-blockers on heart rate variability and baroreflex sensitivity in normal subjects
Cardiovascular responses to peripheral chemoreflex activation and comparison of different methods to evaluate baroreflex gain in conscious mice using telemetry
Relative contribution of aortic and carotid baroreflexes to heart rate control in man during steady state and dynamic increases in arterial pressure
Halothane and cardiac autonomic control in infants: assessment with quantitative respiratory sinus arrhythmia
Relationships between short-term blood-pressure fluctuations and heart-rate variability in resting subjects. II: A simple model
An indirect evaluation of the effect of the autonomic nervous system following converting enzyme inhibition in hypertension
Baroreflex sensitivity changes during the reversal of Goldblatt two-kidney one-clip hypertension in rats
Parasympathetic nervous system control of heart rate responses to stress in offspring of hypertensives
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia, cardiac vagal tone, and respiration: within- and between-individual relations
Influence of exercise intensity and duration on functional and biochemical perturbations in the human heart
Effects of beta blockers (atenolol or metoprolol) on heart rate variability after acute myocardial infarction
Beta-adrenergic blockade may prolong life in post-infarction patients in part by increasing vagal cardiac inhibition
How intrinsic sympathomimetic activity modulates the haemodynamic responses to beta-adrenoceptor antagonists. A clue to the nature of their antihypertensive mechanism
Sympathetic and parasympathetic components of reflex cardiostimulation during vasodilator treatment of hypertension
Interactions between cilazapril and propranolol in man; plasma drug concentrations, hormone and enzyme responses, haemodynamics, agonist dose-effect curves and baroreceptor reflex
Cardiovascular effects of alinidine and propranolol alone and in combination with hydralazine in normal man
Inhibitory neurotransmission in the nucleus tractus solitarii: implications for baroreflex resetting during exercise
Effect of continuous vagal enhancement on concealed conduction and refractoriness within the atrioventricular node
Effect of endurance exercise training on heart rate variability at rest in healthy young and older men
Enhanced baroreceptor control of the cardiovascular system by polyunsaturated Fatty acids in heart failure patients
Central and Peripheral GABA(A) Receptor Regulation of the Heart Rate Depends on the Conscious State of the Animal
Effect of propranolol on baroreflex control of heart rate in young patients with essential hypertension
Does halothane really preserve cardiac baroreflex better than sevoflurane? A noninvasive study of spontaneous baroreflex in children anesthetized with sevoflurane versus halothane
Beta-adrenergic blocking treatment and 24-hour baroreflex sensitivity in essential hypertensive patients
Does infusion of ANG II increase muscle sympathetic nerve activity in patients with primary aldosteronism?
Relating drug-induced changes in carotid artery mechanics to cardiovagal and sympathetic baroreflex control
Neural control of circulation and exercise: a translational approach disclosing interactions between central command, arterial baroreflex, and muscle metaboreflex
The use of isometric exercise as a means of evaluating the parasympathetic contribution to the tachycardia induced by dynamic exercise in normal man
Hypotensive and sedative properties of alpha-adrenoceptor agonists: relation to pre- and post-synaptic stimulation [proceedings
Baroreflex control of heart rate during high thoracic epidural anaesthesia. A randomised clinical trial on anaesthetised humans
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